What languages are these articles in? The majority of Ecevit’s writings from the 1950s are in Turkish. However, he wrote English articles for three newspapers: Turkish-American News, Winston-Salem Sentinel, and Sunday Journal & Sentinel.
How can I search for a particular topic? You can search for individual words or general subjects.
Why are there inconsistencies in the way Bülent Ecevit’s name is written, which sometimes appears as “Bülend Ecevit” instead? The spelling of Ecevit’s name varied at the time of these articles’ writing. All materials in the database exactly replicate the spelling used in the texts as they were originally published.
Why are there spelling mistakes in the texts? All materials in the database exactly replicate the spelling used in the texts as they were originally published.
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